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Kimberly Edwards

Generating the next generation of O.C. scientists

UCI hosts first in-person Science Olympiad since onset of COVID-19 pandemic

Students in the Claire Trevor School of the Arts in front of the Contemporary Arts Center.

Flourishing this fall: UCI arts

Upcoming performance season includes such bold and ambitious programs as a modern take on ‘Romeo and Juliet’

UCI chancellor meets with Vice President Kamala Harris

At White House event, Howard Gillman discusses challenges facing U.S. universities in wake of Roe v. Wade overturn

UCI undergrad advocates for equitable climate solutions before the New Zealand Parliament

Jonpaul Cohen, a native New Zealander who has family on the Pacific islands of Samoa and Tuvalu, is passionate about protecting Polynesian culture, lives and livelihoods from the ravages of climate change. In a presentation to an environmental committee of the New Zealand Parliament on Aug. 4, the UCI undergraduate majoring in psychology advocated for […]

Jonathan Watnabe looking at camera.

A new approach to opioid addiction

UCI professor advocates easier access to medication-assisted treatment – and eradicating the social stigma

Building a community that’s got game

Games+Learning+Society Conference seeks to unite and enlighten the multibillion-dollar industry

Spectators watching a baseball game at Anteater Ballpark

City of Irvine Day at Anteater Ballpark set for May 20

Residents invited to watch UCI baseball team play CSU Bakersfield

The Muriel Ansley Reynolds Exhibit Gallery at Langson Library is featuring a special exhibit titled “Snapshots of Orange County in the 1940s: Spaces, Places, Faces” through this fall. This shows the exhibit.

Exhibit explores O.C. in the 1940s

UCI Libraries’ curation team shares inspiration, intent behind displays

Jane Page

Play explores UCI’s PrisonPandemic project

‘COVID in Custody’ recounts campus efforts to expose unsafe conditions

UCI to honor 23 distinguished Anteaters at annual Lauds & Laurels event

Scholar, advocate and administrator Thomas Parham to receive Extraordinarius award